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This page lists minor characters featured in Greek Mythology and its Expanded Universe.
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For major Characters, see this category.


Mount OlympusEdit

ZelusEdit

Zelus is a Mount Olympus character. He is mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology. He is currently alive.
Zelus
History:
Zelus is the personification of dedication, emulation, eager rivalry, envy, jealousy, and zeal. The English word "Zeal" is derived from his name.

NikeEdit

Nike is a Mount Olympus character. She is mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology. She is currently alive.
Nike
History:
Nike is the winged goddess of victory and sister to Zelus.

KratosEdit

Kratos is a Mount Olympus character. He is mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology. He is currently alive.
Kratos
History:
Kratos is the personification of authority in all forms, also strength and brother to Zelus and Nike.

BiaEdit

Bia is a Mount Olympus character. She is mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology. She is currently alive.
Bia
History:
Bia is the winged personification of force and raw energy and sister to Zelus, Nike and Kratos.

PaeanEdit

Paean is a Mount Olympus character. He is mentioned in 700 BCE of Greek Mythology. He is currently alive.
Paean
History:
Paean was the physician of the deities on Mount Olympus and the other heavens.
For major Mount Olympus Characters, see this category.

UnderworldEdit

Hades' DemonsEdit

Hades' Demons are Underworld characters. They are mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology. They are currently presumably alive.
History:
In Greek mythology, Hades' demons are his slaves that work for him and make "improvements" in the Underworld.

AeacusEdit

Aeacus is an Underworld character. He is mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology. He is currently deceased.
Aeacus
History:
After Aeacus deceased and moved on to the Underworld, he became one of the three judges of Erebus alongside Rhadamanthus.

The AraeEdit

The Arae are Underworld characters. They are mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology. They are currently alive. (presumably)
Arae
History:
In Greek mythology, the Arae were female spirits of curses, particularly of the curses placed by the dead upon those guilty of their death. They are sometimes identified as the Erinyes.

AlectoEdit

Alecto is an Underworld character. She is mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology. She is currently alive.
Alecto
History:
In Greek mythology, Alecto was one of the three Erinyes (better known as Furies). Sister to Megaera and Tisiphone.

MegaeraEdit

Megaera is an Underworld character. She is mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology and the second episode of the fifth season on the ABC show Once Upon a Time. She is currently alive.
Megaera
History:
In Greek mythology, Megaera was one of the three Erinyes (better known as Furies). Sister to Alecto and Tisiphone.

TisiphoneEdit

Tisiphone is an Underworld character. She is mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology. She is currently alive.
Tisiphone
History:
In Greek mythology, Tisiphone was one of the three Erinyes (better known as Furies). Sister to Alecto and Megaera.

LetheEdit

Lethe is an Underworld character. She is mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology. She is currently alive.
History:
In Greek Mythology, Lethe was also the name of the personification of forgetfulness and oblivion, with whom the river was often associated. Hesiod's Theogony identifies her as the daughter of Eris, and the sister of Ponos, Limos, Algae, Hysminai, Makhai, Phonoi, Androktasiai, Neikea, Pseudea, Logoi, Amphillogiai, Dysnomia, Ate, and Horkos.
For major Underworld Characters, see this category.

AthensEdit

AethraEdit

Aethra is an Athens character. She is mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology. She is currently deceased.
Aethra
History:
In Greek mythology, Aethra was the mother to Theseus and wife to Aegeus but lover of Poseidon, having made Theseus with the sea deity.

ScythiaEdit

LimosEdit

Limos is a Scythia character. She is mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology. She is currently alive.
Limos
History:
Limos is the personification of starvation. Limos is said to make her home in a freezing and gloomy wasteland at the farthest edge of Scythia, where the soil is barren and nothing grows.

Unknown OriginEdit

Cloud HeraEdit

Cloud Hera is a character of unknown origin. She is mentioned in 700 BCE in Greek Mythology. Her current status is unknown.
Cloudhera
History:
In Greek Mythology, Cloud Hera was the clone of Hera to see if Ixion really did love Hera and betray Zeus.